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Dovecote, Garway

Building: 73

Circular stone building with walls 3ft 10ins thick and an internal diameter of 17ft 6ins. Inside the walls are 16ft high and contain 19 rows of “L” shaped dove holes. The roof is partiall...

Barn (converted), Dilwyn

Building: 93

Farm building associated with original Great House now used as garaging in converted complex of farm buildings, single storey with prominent, long stone wall fronting road on east side. Probably C...

Leominster Community Centre

Building: 103

Dec-style, English Gothic, central hall flanked by projecting gable wings, master's house. Rear additions in 1871-2 and 1896. Buttress added on south side in 1983. Reroofed 1995.

Bell Tower

Building: 139

Detached tower. Probably C13, restored 1910. Random rubble of assorted grain-size and colour (typical Raglan Mudstone mix) with some ashlar dressings and stone tile and shingle roof. Square plan wa...

Outbuilding (Gatehouse)

Building: 142

Gatehouse, now outbuilding. Probably C13, remodelled C14, altered C19, restored 1972. Roughly coursed sandstone rubble of grey thin blocks and larger, square Old Red Sandstone blocks with dressed O...

Downton Castle

Building: 156

Designed & built between 1772-8 Assymmetrically composed mansion, decorated in picturesque, irreg Gothic style with towers & battlements. (1) main house is of stone from the Downton Castle Sandsto...

Rudhall’s Almshouses

Building: 190

C14 foundation, rebuilt by William Rudhall in 1575. Range of 5 tenements of red sandstone, 2 storeys with tiled roof. 5 gables with small 2-light casement windows with stone mullions & leaded pane...

Oasis Dental Practice

Building: 215

Modern two storey building

Webbe’s Almshouses

Building: 220

Pevsner [1963] describes this as "the humble Webbe;s Almshouses". Sandstone, 1613 but with 2 storeys of small pointed windows, probably of c. 1800; the rear is yet humbler.

Masonic Hall

Building: 232

A surprisingly tall building with a pedimented gable & windows of the same kind on the fourth, i.e. top storey. This building has a four storey facade on Wye Street and a single storey facade on W...